Salesforce Code Quality Monitoring with

Salesforce Code Quality Monitoring with

Today where many Salesforce Developers and Administrators seek the holy grail of Continuous Integration, few others are making the wise decision to automate more and more processes - Automated Scripts with Ant for deployments instead of Change Sets to reduce the likelihood of Human error, Automated Testing to reduce the time it takes to confirm feature quality, Using Linters to look for flat syntax error in the source code etc.

However, automation cannot catch every issue that may exist in your code. And so one of the best ways of improving code quality is periodic Code Quality Monitoring.

Why Should Salesforce Developers set up Code Quality Monitoring?

  • Higher Quality Code

The main reason to do code quality monitoring is to ensure that your code quality remains as high as possible. This limits the number of bugs that make it into production.

  • Save Time

Salesforce deployments are often slow and rollbacks are difficult, so it’s really important to get things right before starting the deployment process. A regular amount of time invested on code monitoring upfront will save you a lot of time in the long run. You would definitely not want to be deploying to your org only to find something has broken after so much of testing. Let a code monitoring catch it early. and its features

With you can easily keep a check on Code Style, Duplication, Complexity and Coverage on every change. The setup is as simple as logging in with your Salesforce credentials and then few clicks to setup code quality monitoring.

The video below briefs out what all other features along with code quality monitoring are available with Watch it and I am sure it would make you jump into exploring those features.

For pricing and more details check the site at


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